This Week in Apps: ChatGPT comes to iPhone, Bing AI efforts expand, Instagram’s Twitter clone

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app economy in 2023 hit a few snags, as consumer spending last year dropped for the first time by 2% to $167 billion, according to data.ai’s “State of […]

This Week in Apps: ChatGPT comes to iPhone, Bing AI efforts expand, Instagram’s Twitter clone by Sarah Perez originally published on TechCrunch

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This episode is just an excuse to talk about Zelda and other TC news

We don’t spend a lot of time taking a deep-dive into the consumer experience of gaming. But one of the biggest stories in tech this week is the much-anticipated release of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom for the Nintendo Switch. So I’m joined by Taylor Hatmaker to have a mostly spoiler-free conversation about what Link is […]

This episode is just an excuse to talk about Zelda and other TC news by Darrell Etherington originally published on TechCrunch

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Everything we know about Instagram’s Twitter clone, due this summer

While the future remains uncertain for Twitter, Meta is throwing its hat into the ring to build the next major microblogging platform. This new Meta app is expected to launch this summer, according to an email shared with a select group of creators, and viewed by TechCrunch. This text-based app will stand alone, but it […]

Everything we know about Instagram’s Twitter clone, due this summer by Amanda Silberling originally published on TechCrunch

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Magic Leap’s CEO will discuss the future of AR at Disrupt’s hardware stage

In late 2020, Peggy Johnson took the reins as CEO and led Magic Leap’s pivot away from a consumer audience — those less able to swing $2,300 for a mixed-reality headset — to the deeper pockets of the enterprise market. We’re excited to have Johnson join us for a fireside chat on the Hardware Stage […]

Magic Leap’s CEO will discuss the future of AR at Disrupt’s hardware stage by Lauren Simonds originally published on TechCrunch

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Stoke Space has received repeated investments from the CIA’s venture arm

Stoke Space has received multiple investments from In-Q-Tel, the venture capital arm of the Central Intelligence Agency, TechCrunch has learned. Stoke Space and In-Q-Tel have not publicly announced their relationship before. While In-Q-Tel is legally a separate entity from any government agency, it receives all of its funding from government partners, including the defense and […]

Stoke Space has received repeated investments from the CIA’s venture arm by Aria Alamalhodaei originally published on TechCrunch

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ChatGPT – OpenAI

Introducing ChatGPT for iOS: OpenAI’s latest advancements at your fingertips.

This official app is free, syncs your history across devices, and brings you the newest model improvements from OpenAI.

With ChatGPT in your pocket, you’ll find:

· Instant answers
· Tailored advice
· Creative inspiration
· Professional input
· Learning opportunities

Join millions of users and try out the app that’s been captivating the world. Download ChatGPT today.

Terms of service & privacy policy:
https://openai.com/policies/terms-of-use
https://openai.com/policies/privacy-policy

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This Austin accelerator made big claims; employees and customers say it didn’t deliver

Newchip, an online accelerator promising to help startups, has filed for bankruptcy and is now facing insolvency amid employee and client discontent. Dozens of employees of the troubled organization staged a walkout on May 4, demanding that founder Andrew Ryan step down as CEO. Ryan — who previously went by the name of Ryan Rafols […]

This Austin accelerator made big claims; employees and customers say it didn’t deliver by Christine Hall originally published on TechCrunch

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Nuwa Pen launches with misleading Kickstarter campaign

Back at CES in Las Vegas in January this year, I previewed the Nuwa Pen; a three-camera-containing ballpoint pen that promises to turn your scribbles into digital notes and then apply OCR and AI smarts to pull out the most pertinent data. Write “Meeting with Chris at 6pm Tuesday” on a Post-it and the promise […]

Nuwa Pen launches with misleading Kickstarter campaign by Haje Jan Kamps originally published on TechCrunch

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Check out these Boston Dynamics promo LEGO kits

I’m not what one might deem a “swag guy.” I’ve known plenty over the years – video game and comics shows are a particular hot bed. People beg for extra t-shirts, fidget spinners and anything else they can get their hands on. You see them wandering the halls of convention centers, tote bags spilling over […]

Check out these Boston Dynamics promo LEGO kits by Brian Heater originally published on TechCrunch

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Disney is reportedly preparing a standalone ESPN streaming service

Disney is actively preparing to launch a standalone ESPN streaming service, according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal. The report indicates that ESPN is planning to sell its channel directly to cable cord-cutters as a subscription-streaming service in the coming years. It’s unknown when Disney plans to launch the service. The report […]

Disney is reportedly preparing a standalone ESPN streaming service by Aisha Malik originally published on TechCrunch

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The billionaires are trying to live longer… again

Hello, and welcome back to Equity, a podcast about the business of startups, where we unpack the numbers and nuance behind the headlines. This week Mary Ann, Becca, and Alex gathered to chew through the biggest news of the week. Here’s what the gang got into today: Vice goes bankrupt: Now is not a great time […]

The billionaires are trying to live longer… again by Rebecca Szkutak originally published on TechCrunch

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NASA picks Blue Origin-led team to build second human landing system on the moon, joining SpaceX

NASA has chosen a Blue Origin-led team to develop a second lunar landing system for the Artemis program, as the agency looks to provide competition with SpaceX and support long-term exploration of the moon. The winning team includes Lockheed Martin, Draper, Boeing, Astrobotic and Honeybee Robotics. The award includes an uncrewed demonstration landing and a […]

NASA picks Blue Origin-led team to build second human landing system on the moon, joining SpaceX by Aria Alamalhodaei originally published on TechCrunch

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UK Court tosses class-action style health data misuse claim against Google DeepMind

Google has prevailed against another UK class-action style privacy lawsuit after a London court dismissed a lawsuit filed last year against the tech giant and its AI division, DeepMind, which had sought compensation for misuse of NHS patients’ medical records. The decision underscores the hurdles facing class-action style compensation claims for privacy breaches in the […]

UK Court tosses class-action style health data misuse claim against Google DeepMind by Natasha Lomas originally published on TechCrunch

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Apple reportedly limits internal use of AI-powered tools like ChatGPT and GitHub Copilot

As big tech companies are in a fierce race with each other to build generative AI tools, they are being cautious about giving their secrets away. In a move to prevent any of its data from ending up with competitors, Apple has restricted internal use of tools like OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Microsoft-owned GitHub’s Copilot, a […]

Apple reportedly limits internal use of AI-powered tools like ChatGPT and GitHub Copilot by Ivan Mehta originally published on TechCrunch

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